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Nuestro cambio climatico

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So a couple of months back my brother Finn came to me and he said: hey jack I want to make a film about climate change.
For a long time of one of the cover climate change on this channel but I've always felt dubious as climate change is clearly one of the most important issues of our generation i have a lot of

questions would we be able to do the story justice do we know enough to talk about it would be interesting and engaging and ultimately was a much point

can we really do anything about climate change however for much persistent persuasion from my brother we decided to embark on the project and we soon find

ourselves on the front lines of protests in london and then on the front lines of climate change in the southernmost part of Greenland in freezing temperatures and I wouldn't go back on any of it it's been an unbelievable experience we certainly learned a lot and we are a lot of that too WWF who support the project but without further ado I'm going to jump behind the camera and pass the reins of its my brother Finn to tell you the story of our changing climate...

Since I was a kid my mom has taken me with her to campaign for action on climate change, that's her and unfortunately that mop of hair next to her is me, she always told me to stand up what I believed him to dare to imagine a better world to live in.
The truth about climate change is it's really easy to be overwhelmed by the scale of the problem is easy to think that it won't affect you in your lifetime, however we are the first generation to grow up learning about it and we also the last generation who really get the opportunity to tackle it.

As our world leaders prepared to meet for the largest climate conference in history we decided to partner with WWF to make a short film together with the help of my flatmate Tim who is a cinematographer and my brother Jack he's a filmmaker, we joined the science research trip traveling out to Greenland we wanted to understand how climate changes are facing our planet right now and what we as individuals can do about it.

This is our changing climate… the effects of our changing climate can be seen all over the world whether it's increasing us storms, droughts, wildfires or floods perhaps one of the biggest threats we face is sea level rise this is a result of the gradual melt of vast regions of ice such as Greenland...

In the last 10 years real and his experience is fastest ever melt both of its ice sheet and the surrounding sea is while the loss of sea ice friends

wildlife and the traditional practices of the local people is the thinning and the melting of the ice sheet that is threatening to increase our global sea levels and that is a problem that affects everyone, everywhere...

We just arrived in kangaroo sack and we're about to check into the kangaroo sack International Science support and work out the plan ahead for the next week, joining us on the trip would be one of britain's leading glaciologist dr. Alan how God and the head of polar operations for WWF raw Downey

Allen has been visiting Greenland for the last 20 years setting up fighting experiments in order to investigate the rate at which the ice sheet is melting and how this will affect our planet…

The next morning we wasted no time in a meeting earlier the airport in order to board a helicopter headed north to a glass here known as ya can solve an esper a yak absorbin is one of the fastest recruiting class years in the world.
Scientists have been tracking the speed of retrieve over a century and it's this data that allows us to see how rapidly the loss of Isis increasing year by year.
So tonight we're going to camp out next to the classroom and what are we going to be doing with that yeah we've got and I got to hear in the

idea is basically there's a bunch of time-lapse cameras have been set about the front to monitor their retreat and that in the carving of the front and

last month the rarely massive iceberg 30 14 kilometers squared broke off the run to be really need to get that imagery and to see how the another front

and the glaciers which formed into that carving away.

We are on our way now to the two of the time-lapse cameras to download the data which will show us a record of what's been happening to the glass year this is 2006 how long have they been a poor actually here for only a couple of years and so they're taking a photo of this glass year every 30 minutes, 30 minutes that's right and we can take these images we can map out the front of the glacier is retreating backwards in time we can also do some clever analysis

features tracking and see how fast the glacier is moving.

In two thousand eight the team that set up these time-lapse cameras recorded the largest-ever carving event to be caught on camera to give you a sense of scale this is an image of New York in the space of just over an hour a chunk of ice the width of Manhattan and twice the height of its skyscrapers broke off. it's events like these that have led this last year retreating faster in the

last 10 years that has in the last hundred so we're standing here now looking at the face of the active sobbing glass here and they can see in front of it


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